Premier League standings, table: Manchester City on the upward push after win over Arsenal; Everton stay unbeaten

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The Premier League season is underway with Matchday 3 just concluding in a season that has been filled with goals. We’re in store for 38 matchdays of probably the most best club football the world has to offer as each club will play each and every other twice, once at home and on the Road. For a look at the total fixture list, click here. All matches on NBC and NBC Sports Network will also be streamed via fuboTV (Try for free). Below you can find the total standings heading into the first matchday. The top four positions will head directly to the UEFA Champions League in 2021-22, fifth place heads to 2021-22 Europa League, and 18th, 19th and 20th places are relegated to EFL Championship.

1.

Everton

5

4

1

0

+7

13

2.

Liverpool

5

3

1

1

0

10

3.

Aston Villa

3

3

0

0

+9

9

4.

Leicester City

4

3

0

1

+5

9

5.

Arsenal

5

3

0

2

+2

9

6.

Chelsea

5

2

2

1

+4

8

7.

Newcastle

5

2

2

1

+1

8

8.

Spurs

4

2

1

1

+7

7

9.

Leeds

4

2

1

1

+1

7

10.

Manchester City

4

2

1

1

0

7

11.

Southampton

5

2

1

2

-1

7

12.

West Ham

4

2

0

2

4

6

13.

Crystal Palace

4

2

0

2

-2

6

14.

Wolves

4

2

0

2

-3

4

15.

Manchester United

4

1

1

2

-6

4

16.

Brighton

4

1

0

3

-2

3

17.

West Brom

4

0

1

3

-8

1

18.

Burnley

3

0

0

3

-5

0

19.

Sheffield United

4

0

0

4

-5

0

20.

Fulham

4

0

0

4

-8

0

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